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Welcome to the New Tauck travel blog! We hope you enjoy our weekly updates, photos, and special insider tips on some of the world's most popular destinations. Along the way, we'll also be bringing you stories from Tauck travellers and insights from the Tauck family. Have your own suggestion for a story? Just write to us at social@tauck.com.

Travel to the Ends of the Earth

When I discovered that there are tour operators who will take you to Antarctica, I immediately decided I wanted to go. It seemed the closest to interplanetary travel that I would be able to experience in my lifetime.
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Holiday Planning with the Kids

The key to ensuring your family has a wonderful holiday? Make sure the kids do.  And the first step towards planning a happy family holiday is to get the family involved.  Older children, especially pre-teens, appreciate being asked and even helping research aspects of the trip. 
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Posted by Julia OBrien on 4/12/2018
Posted in: Travel Tips
Tags: How-To, Family Travel, Tauck

Finding Myself in the Animals

When I was growing up, there were always animals around. My parents had a Springer Spaniel named Debbie, who seemed enormous, and a grouchy orange cat named Rudolf, who was almost as big as the dog. At my grandfather’s farm I saw chickens, cows, horses, cats, dogs and wild animals too, birds, snakes, raccoons and deer.
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Visiting Italy – My Adopted Mother Country

As the first stop for most immigrants coming to America, New York always had its various ethnic neighborhoods based on the historical waves of immigration, retaining some of their former cultures. But in the Midwest where I grew up, culture was diffused. By the time immigrants settled there, they were assimilated.
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Contemplative Awareness

Contemplation is about seeing, but a kind of seeing that is much more than mere looking because it also includes recognizing and thus appreciating. The contemplative mind does not tell us what to see, but teaches us how to see what we behold.
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Posted by A Colin Treadwell on 3/2/2018
Posted in: Musings From Colin Treadwell
Tags: Travel, China, Contemplation

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